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  1. antlewis
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    I'm a fully qualified sparky, but I've never worked on PLCs and haven't got a clue how install or programme one.

    I've done a lot of industrial maintenance work, but so far I've only worked on machines that rely on banks of relays for their operation.

    I want to add some PLC knowledge to my skills set because it looks like I'll be moving in the near future (possibly to Canada).

    Can anyone recommend a good website/book/course or centre where I can get some information or industry recognised qualifications?

    I'd just like to know where to start really!

    Thanks
     
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    Thanks Lenny,

    I've seen that site. Have you used it as a resource and if so, is it good value for money?
     
  4. Astro800
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    This is something I need to get up to speed on too :icon9:
     
  5. aiden251181
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    i've done 3 courses on siemens plc's from sitrain in manchester i would definately recommend them. if you can use the siemens plc's all others will be a lot easier to use, fault find and program. i started doing the s7-200 plc course then progressed to the s7-300 group of courses. i had knowledge of plc's before using allen bradley and mitsubishi's. but on the courses there were lads that had never used them and by the end of the week everyone was at a similar stage of knowledge. also theyre website and tech support is very good. (i dont work for siemens even though i sound like im a salesman for them).

    regards

    chris
     
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    I will check that out, thanks for the info. I've heard that about Siemens PLC's
     
  7. antlewis
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    Thanks Chris, that's great info. I'm based in the north west, so Sitrain looks like a good option.
     
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    According to my view, PLC means Programmable Logic Controllers, This highly innovative CD-ROM program combines advanced PLC simulation with one of the best-selling PLC books in history. The Programmable Logic Controllers CD-ROM will provide the basic technical skills and knowledge necessary to work with electrical control systems typically found in an industrial environment. Many institutes provide PLC training at different stages. Please produce some more attachments about the topic for view detail information.

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    PLC means Programmable Logic Controllers, This highly innovative CD-ROM program combines advanced PLC simulation with one of the best-selling PLC books in history. The Programmable Logic Controllers CD-ROM will provide the basic technical skills and knowledge necessary to work with electrical control systems typically found in an industrial environment.


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